In July, I made a total of 36,470 submission of C4SS English-language op-eds to more than 2,600 publications around the globe. So far I have identified 54 reprints of that content as well as one prominent institutional citation of a Center writer (Kevin Carson, mentioned and quoted in a Pew Research Internet Center piece on “Net Threats”).
A few pickup highlights:
- We had our first pickup in Barbados — Kevin Carson’s “Israel’s War in Gaza: Don’t Look Behind the Curtain” appeared in the Barbados Advocate on July 30.
- Kevin’s “ISIS: Yes, Mr. Blair, You Did Build This” was picked up by the Byron Shire Echo — not our first appearance in Australian media, but an encouraging development as we haven’t fully penetrated that media market yet.
- Taiwan’s China Post ran two of our pieces (William Gillis’s “Jaron Lanier, ‘Intellectual Property’ and Parasitism on the System of Violence” and Kevin’s “ISIS: Yes, Mr. Blair, You Did Build This”). With a circulation of more than 400,000, the Post is not only a prestigious venue for our work, it ranks highly in terms of reaching large numbers of readers with the market anarchist message. We’re sincerely flattered that the Post continues to find our content worthy of its readership.
To date, we’ve identified 1,688 pickups of Center content in “establishment” or “popular” media. Onward to 2,000 (with your continued support)!
Yours in liberty,
Senior News Analyst and English-Language Media Coordinator
Center for a Stateless Society
Citations to this article:
- Janna Anderson and Lee Rainie, Net Threats, Pew Research Internet Center, 07/03/14